Excerpt: One day, an evildoer with a magic cane appears and splits Kirby™ into 10 pieces. Kirby sets off on a journey to return to his original form. Players use the touch screen to control a mass of Kirby characters in a new and novel way. Swipe the touch...
Pros: Simple controls, Very charming, Fun Mini-Games
Cons: Controls may feel unresponsive at times, Can get repetitive
Excerpt: For a placeholder sprite that is an embodiment of gluttony (if it was pink and adorable) whose main villain is a fat penguin with a mallet, Kirby is the last character you’d expect to find success in the video game industry.
Excerpt: It seems unlikely that Nintendo would celebrate the Nintendo DS’ seventh year with a game about gang violence starring a pink blob, and yet here’s Kirby Mass Attack . The odds were certainly stacked against it.
Excerpt: Brilliant level design, challenging gameplay, tons of replay value, and one adorable mascot (multiplied by 10) shows that Kirby doesn't need a 3D gimmick to host one of the best DS games yet.
Pros: Strong gameplay; brilliant level design; solid application of the DS touch-screen; catchy music; tons of unlockable mini-games. Having a full army of Kirbys only contributes to the game's infectious, innocent charm.
Excerpt: Kirby Mass Attack é o quarto Kirby a sair para a DS (sendo um deles um remake/port ) e o segundo de três a sair na Europa em 2011. Talvez seja porque a querida bola cor-de-rosa tenha sido criada pelo presidente da Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, mas a verdade é que está em alta.
Pros: Imenso conteúdo, Mini-jogos viciantes, Muito divertido